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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 September 1967

THE MMUN ITY ex ?^o~er IL 6e . B9U LLET I N i< XMea r') ,; NO. 5 AiBILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, SEPTEIET 16, 1967 PRICE 10 W I L L I E Antiochts new pastor is The Rev. Willie Mays. Rev. Mays, his wife, Mrs. Queen E. Mays, their two child-, ren, 1Wayne Wendell and George Reginald are coming to us from Lake Charles and Lafayette, Louisiana. ATTENT I ON ! ! ! THERE ITILL B E AN ELECTION AT THE CARVER RECPEATION CENTER for the purpose of electing eight representatives from this area to serve on the Taylor County Self-Im.provement Board, ( Sometimes referred to as t h e Community Action Agency. ) The objective of a Community Action Program is to mobilize available resources, public and private, for a coordinated attack on poverty. This program provides services, assistance, and other activities of sufficient scope and size t o give promise of progress MAYS I N AB I LE NE While in Lake Charles, his Bachelor of Divinity Rev. Mays was CoordinatorlDcgrec from the Interdenor.of the Neighborhood...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 September 1967

P. 2 The Community Bulletin Saturday, Sept., 16, 1967 BET HEL A M E C H U R C H CHURCH The members of Bethel AME Church worshipped in Midland, Texas last Sunday Sept., 10, 1967, at The Rev. L.E. Ausbiets'ChurchGreater Saint Luke, The message brought by our own Rev. G, A, Lowe, was most inspiring. T h e deep feeling that everyone received from this occasion will long be remembered, Our pianist and choir added just the "touch' to make this a perfectlyl service, Also traveling with Bethel to Midland were two other Abilenians: Mrs.Gertrude Robinson, a member of Macedonia Bapt. Church; and Mrs. Jessie Mae Deary, a member of St. John Baptist Church, CEEKLY CHURCH CALENDAR SUNDAY Sun. School Morn. Ser. ACE League Eve. Ser. 9:30 11:00 5:00 7:30 a.m. a.m. pm. pm, MONfAY Official Board7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Catechism I- EDNESDAY Teachers Meet Choir (Sr.) 6:00 p.m. .7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. THURSDAY Prayer Meet. 7:00 p.m. INT. MOPIAH NEWS MORNING STAR BAPTIST CHURCCH ACTIVITIES The pastor of Mt. Moriah ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 September 1967

P. 3 A.6 HIEVEMENTS cont.. Place, The two businesscs are located right next door to eadh other. BERNICE promises that her 'hair styling? w i 11 suit' your personality.lnd she also promises that any type of food you want---- from Tacos to Seafood, she has it. YOU name it, SHEISj got it!! BULLETIN ADDS I4T;'SGIRL JESSICA BUTLER has been added to the sales division of the Bulletin.. Who is our agent in the Sunset Addition. Jessica h a s sold over forty Bulletins in her area during the pat two weeks. Jessica's mother, Mrs, !rilmuth Butler, who is a teacher at Mann Junior High School, says,"It soc-s very easy for Jessica to sell the Bulletins." CONGI!ATULSTIONS, JESSICA IF YOU TTANT TO BE A BULLETIN Si.LJESLMAN, COiME BY 609 ASH STREET. Next week we will talk a-' bout newsboy, Dennis Crisp. IRAMS LAST NONDISTRICT GAMdLE The Woodson Rams will host the Cooper High School Jr. Varsity tonight at 7:30p.m. in Fair Park Stadium. Bringing the experience of last week's game with thcri THEE COI',v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 September 1967

P. 4 The Community Bulletin Saturday, Sept., 16, 1967 T H A N K S! torJS k ING JOBS L 3 0 KI N G FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment ' Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Pants Presser Graduate Accountant Warehouse Manager Front End Alig' nment Man Automobile Mechanic Automobile Body Repairman Automobile Painter Hot Tar Roofer 1;aitress Recreation Leader Our office has a number of openings for various types of trainees in most all age groups. IWorkers qualified in ary of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas ErbploymTcnt Cormission 8 2 6 Hickory Street. iADVERTISE HERE Send in your advertisement to the Conmmnity Bulletin. The rates are cheap, and the circulation is growing every week. DESPITE PRESSURE THE BULLETIN W I L L CONTINUE SUBSCRIBE BY IIIL iMR, OCIE IACY, JR., wishes -- to thank his parents, rola-j f you would like to retives, faculty rmnmbrs, and ccive your Colmmunity Bullctfriends for the rmny gift...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 September 1967

The Conummnity Bulletin Saturday, Sept,, 16, 1967 EDITORI AL ELEC T IONS FOR POVERTY PROGRAM - TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1967! A 1 CARVER CENTER PAG E 4 X-, Abilene s poverty prog'aram has been so fouled up that the Austin office has asked for Abilene to reor- i poor, but they must live city. It has faults, but ganize its program. Steps in the areas designated as they can be worked out." to reorganize will begin poor areas, "Abilene needs represenMonday, Sept., 18, 1967 in i tation of more of the overthc-Sears Additions Tucs- NOTE: Check this Bulletin all citizens on the school day, Sept., 19, 1967 in t for exact time and place board," the Carver (Northside Area)i for the Carver election. "Abilenians are inteland Thursday, Sept., 21, in __lctual enough to hear all the Locust Addition. i sides of the issues." Persons are to be elect- I DON'T KJOW t cd by the citizens of each IIn our city PER`SON A would area to represent then on t be labeled an outstanding the poverty board. These i PER...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 September 1967

THE CO MUNI T Y cJr2h4 13ULLET I5 3ec rd I N NO. 6 _ AuBILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, SEPTEIBER 23, 196_7 / PRICE 10/ NO. 6 ABILEME, TEXAS SATURDAY, SEPTEB~EPR 23, 1967 PRICE 10l i - T< X / 6A /c.1 / ) W^ Prfa ;te<J 1c~9 v 42 4~~ i~ "T H I S I S I M P O R T A N T" This past Tuesday night citizens of Abilene's Northside elected their representatives for the Community Self - Improvement Association of TaylorC ounty. Elected were: Rev. T. G. Oliphant, Mr. James Beard, M1rs, Sam Curtis, Mrs. E, Ashford, Mr: Tommy CITIZENS iACHIEVEIMENTS A CLEANCUT ANNOUNCER IVr. Curtis Stone of 409 Cockrell Drive owns and operates the Stone's Barber Shop, "Curtis" as he is often called, has developed one of the most modern barber shops in ibilene. He is a young man with sound ideas a b out busine ss. Stone's Barber Shop is located at 731 N. 8th St. It contains only the latest barber equip:Lent "Curtis" is a 1958 graduate of ,oodson High School. rhile in school, he participated in football as a half-back ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 September 1967

P. 2 The Community Bulletin Saturday, Sept. 23, 1967 KING SOLOMON BAPTIST CHURCH NETIS The King Solomon Baptis Church held its "Revival" September 11-15, 1967. It was conducted by the Rev, James Larkin of Hillsboro, Texas. This was a wonderful week! The pastor of King Solomen, Rev. R. D, Allen, recapitulated beautifully, on Sunday, Sept. 17, taking his text from: Numbers 5: 1,2. His subject was: "Clean Up The Camp." IEEKLY CHURCH ACTIVITIES SUNDAY Sun. School Horn. Serv. B.T.U. M'iONDAY Missionary TUESDAY Junior Choir 9:45 11:00 5:30 a,m, p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. T.IEDESDAY Teachers meeting Prayer Serv. THURSDAY Brotherhood FRIDAY Senior Choir L..E WELCOLIE ALL NEWS to the Community Bulletin. Please send the news from your Church or Organiza-- tion to: 609 Ash, or call OR 7-9670, or OR2-4173. BET HEL A 1L E C H U R C H On Sunday, September 242, i 1967, (tomorrow) the membe of Bethel AiE Church will celebrate the "Fourth Anriversary" of their pastor, Rev. G. A. Lowe. We invite all to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 September 1967

The Community Bulletin Saturday, Sept. 23, 1967 GARRETT A. MORGAN INVENTOR FOR SAFETY The time: July 25, 19- Garrett Morgan was not 16; the place: five miles discouraged. He returned out and 228 feet b e low to his workshop, and in 195 Lake Erie and the Cleve- 23 created a device which land VTaterworks. An ex- makes possible the orderly plosion in Tunnel Number movement of the millions of Five had trapped over two automobiles in today's citdozen men. No one knew ies and towns-the automatic for sure whether there we STOPSIGN. any survivors. And therei Rights to the stop sign1 was only one way to tell-w, were sold to General Elec-have someone descend into tric for the surm of $40,000 the tunnel. With g r e at a nice sum for a man who quantities- of smoke, nat- had come to Cleveland, Ohio ural gases, dust and de- a penniless native of Tennbris, it was simply impos4 essee. Awarded a solid sible for anyone to go in- gold medal by the city of to Number Five and live. Cleveland for his her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 September 1967

P. 4 The Conmunity Bulletin Saturday, Sept. 23, 1967 Achievements continued from PAGE 3...... JOBS L Q & K I N G FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment CormiAssion at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Laundry Lister Wool Presser Janitor 'ale Hospital Attendant -High School Graduate Dishwasher Car Hop Waitress Front End Ian Tile Setter TV Repairman Baker Helper la chine Repairman Experienced Personnel -Clerk Experienced Purchasing -Clerk Experienced Ready- toWear Saleslady Typist--20 hours a week Workers qualified in ary of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Cor.mrission at 826 Hickory Street, ADD YOUR AD TO THE BU LLETIN IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE! FILE A COMPLiINT .AG-.INST UNLWFTUL JOB -,ZT-rCA nT T.-T3r 7,--N T 'M T-/\\T tainly have to "get in line': .i DUjtLiC IRji-ljauI When Mr. !Walker was asked !_ exactly what his shop handle, If you have n been discri-u he replied, "We cloan anythi4-r'1ted ln employment,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 September 1967

The Community Bulletin Saturday, Sept. 23, 1967 TO I A L P A GE A , A9t Abilene is developing an- 1What caused this change i other human race, the Graylof attitude? Those who Race. This race is beingimoved to another part of brought into being by the torm and changed their atpersons responsible for the titudes fell for the old slow integration and the Netype of brainwashing that groes who are turning again-,jIf you live in 'whiter st their own. town, you are a better perHave you noticed these son." A rose placed on situations lately? one person moves to a section of town where his race has pre viously not been allowed to live. Suddenly he stops speaking to a number of his old friends. One student now attends a school that was previously off-limits to his race, now he shows that he believes he is better than students who attend the school where he had been attending. A group of Negro students sitting in the bleachers at a football game, they ari cheering for their school which is an ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 September 1967

THE OM MUN Cc} SLL.., (UF rA ~ I('-~ JJLc TY 13ULLETIN is )eKorJ__ ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1967 if f- a %-- F f%- v A"- II I 0, MIIMPRICE I O( - i i; 13i/ne - MRS. NORMRI DUNNINGTON is one of Abilene s most recent tLadies of Beauty.* Mrs.Dunnington is the second Negro to graduate from GLEN & LOTTIE S SCHOOL OF BEAUTY....the first being M1rs. Inez Spells. Mrs, Dunnington was fortunate enough to be "Student of the Month-for July. This award is an honor that all students would like to have bestowed upon t h e ma But, it is awarded only to those students having the highest average in "Theory and Practical Application for that month. Aind, the student receives a trophy for her 'hard works Norma received thie 'Trophy' for the Month of July. Norma is the wife of SSgt, Charles Dunnington, ".r_ J t Q P/r mrn; rt.rYPl not. wnoLU .L5 Z L A Jv W CITIZENS' COJT... Achievements... ter at Dyess Air ForceBase.o ACHIEVEMENTS being',"t She then decided If they should happento to do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 September 1967

P. 2 BE T HEL A M E CHURCH The Fourth Anniversary held at 3:00 last Sunday afternoon, for REV. G. A. LOWE, Pastor of Bethel AIE Church, was most successful. The message brought by Rev, Alton Hurd was a very inspiring one. The community showed their love for Rev. Lowe by their presence and participation in the service. For Bethel IAE Members, this was a very HAPPY occasion, and yet a very SAD one. A happy one because this marks the fourth' year that we have been blessed to have Rev. Lowe as our minister. A sad ore because the Annual Conferonce is near, and we might not be so fortunate another year; but; we hope and pray that we will have him for many more years. WEEKLY CHURCH CALENRDAiR SUNDAY Sun. School Morn. Serv. 3 A.C.E. League Eve. Serv. MONDAY Official Board TUESDAY Catechism WEDNESDAY Teachers Meeting Senior Choir THURSDAY Prayer Meeting 9:30 L1: 00 5:00 7:30 a.m. p.m. pIm1 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m, 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. The Commrnity Bulletin Saturday, Sept. 30, 1967 MOUNT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 September 1967

P, 3 \I j The Community Bulletin Lr t rQ Saturday, Sept. 30, 1967 2/o Ick 2MhAooi-i)e IL COTTON PICKER EDUCATOR WHITE HOUSE ADVISOR MARY McLEOD BETHUME, ranks high among the great women of Amcrica. Her life story is one of an ennobling rise from a field hand picking cotton to theposi4 tion of confidante and friend of Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt. T h e last of seventeen children born to South Carolina sharecroppers,Mary Bethume lifted herself from the cotton fields to the White House as an advisor to the President of the United States, Almost singlehandedly she built Bethume Cooknan College. MAXRY McLEOD BETHUME rose by no golden stair or silver spoon, but by sheer courage, faith and perseverance. It was in Georgia that she reached the real turning point in her life. She heard of railroads being constructed on the cast coast of Florida. Mary Bethume irmmdiatoly thought of hundreds of Negro railroad workerst children -- clustered in many squalid section settlements, destined to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 September 1967

P. 4 The Community Bulletin Saturday, Sept. 30, 1967 JOBS LOOKING FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers arc needed: Butcher Checker - Laundry Plant Electrical Engineer, B.S. Degree Required Experienced Jewelry Saleslady Ward Attendant - MaleHigh School Grad. Secondary School English Teacher Live-in Companion Auto Mechanic Baker Helper Bakery Machine Maintenance Repairman Workers qualified inany of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employnmnt Commission at 826 Hickory Street. WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE A POSTAL CLERK ?CITY CARRIER If you are interested in becoming a Postal Clerk or City Carrier, you should pay careful attention to the information givenbelow. HOW TO APPLY: Obtain card CSC Form 5000-AB from your local P. O. and fill in information4 DUTIES: Clerks sort and distribute mail; handles heavy sacks weighing up to80 lbs. Carriers deliver and col lect rail on foot or by vehicle. For m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 September 1967

P. 5 The Community Bulletin Saturday, Sept. 30, 1967 A L Lack of preparation for school integration willundoubtedly cause problems for the school-going students. Although parents are not directly effected by this change, students run into numlcrous problens when the school systemi, the parents, and the child are not pro-- pared. School systems who do not realize the imlportancc of Negro teachers in an integrated school need to re-valuate themselves. Parents who tell their children "at the white school you will autorantically learn tore, you won't have any problems there," are preparingtheir children for a big schock and a tremendous let-donm. Parents who do not check with their children and the school itself, about conditions at the school are fooling themselves, Vie all know, that with Americans having boon separated, all racial problems cannot and will not be solved overnigt Therefore, instead of letting our children look out for themselves at school, we should talk to the child a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 7 October 1967

THE TY BIULLET I N 2) fCe , NO, 8 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1967 PRICE 100 M. W. ST. JOSEPH GRAND MT. OLIVE GRAND CHAPTER _........... ...ORDER OF RAINBOW CARVER NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER TO MEET i ALL CITIZENS OF THECAR-. VER NEIGHBORHOOD (as stat. ed by the OEO Office) are asked to meet at the Cen-. terWed., Oct. 11 at7;30. Issues to be discussed are: A. Selecting an al.. ternate to fill the vacancy on the eight member committee; B. The Oct, 12 General meeting where 30 members-at-large will be elected; and, C. Dates of all regular meetings of the! Carver area. LET'S GET OUT AND ATTENDI THE MEETING. That's VjEDNESDAY, OCT., 11, at 7:30. Place: Carver Recreation Center, THANKS TO YOU The Community Bulletin wishes to take this space to give ourwarmest thanks to YOU our READERS. Due to YOU, we are constantly growing in circulation i Our subscriptions by MAIL have doubled during the past two weeks. LODGE A. F. & A. M, - O. E. S. OF TEXAS JUNIOR SOCIETY TO MEET IN ABILENE The Mt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 7 October 1967

P. 2 The Community Bulletin Saturday, October 7, 1967 MOUNT MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Rev. R.DoBurks, pastor, of Mt. Moriah, will not have surgery as scheduled. Due to his illness, he is not able to have it at this time The Asst. Pastor, Rev, Clenmie Williams is doing a very good job in carrying on in the pastor'sabs B E T H E L A M E CHURCH Rev, of the will go Texas Cc 10th Epi the AMiE October This will be Texas. EUGENIA PICKARD 1EORILL LIBRARY G. A. Lowe,Pastor, Whatever is worth doing Bethel AME Church i is worth doing well. Few to the Northwest I would argue with this sayDnference of the ing, and whatever you are iscopal District of doing...Building a house, Church, on Wednesdagr decorating a house, paint11, 1967. ing a fence, sewing a dress Annual Conference or blouse, you'll find tips held in Midland, on how to do it with less J P .f-- -".9 -, , _- J- ..1. '. 4J__ ence. Rev. Williams brought/ an inspiring message last WEEKLr CRCH CALENmAR Sunday morning. The message was take...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 7 October 1967

P. 3 Great f10ck Z omen "A PILGRIM OF FREEDOM" SOJOURNER TRUTH was the first Negro woman orator to speak out against slavery. Although unable to read or write, she traveled through Connecticut, Ohio, Mass., Indiana, Illinois, speaking to tens, hundreds and thousands of people, both Negro a n d white, Sojourner felthenxself a " Pilgrim of God" whose one mission was to free her people from slavery, She began life as aslave. In the spring of 183, she suddenly felt reborn In her own words, I felt as if the power ofthe nation was with me, I felt so tall within." Her deep, bass voice, her fierce intelligence, sense of drama and the utter sincerity of her speeches quickly spread h e r fame through the North and astounded an unbelieving South. Frequently, cffortswere made to silence her. SHE was beaten and stoned but nothing could stop her. She began life as Isabella, but lived it as Sojourner Truth, And, Sojourner lived up to her new name, staying in one place only long enough to proclaiim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 7 October 1967

(+2 6( O"rla ? P. 4 The Community Bulletin n~ Saturday, Octobr 7, 1967 ~ i- LFJ .I 7 i/'V -//^ JOBS LOO K I N G FOR PE O P LE EDUCATI ONAL TOURS The Texas Employnent' Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers areneeded: Dishwasher Electrical EngineerDegree required Experienced JewelrySales Person Registered Nurse Full-time grocery Stocker Trainee-Finance Company Workers qualified inany of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory Street. LEARN TO PLAY THE ORGAN!!! *'Learn to play the - Organ for your Church, for an audience, or just for FUN! Mr. Leroy Moore has begun private instructions at 609 Ash Street, You my call OR 2-4173 for more information. ORGAN IS MUSICMUSIC IS ORGAN! . %.- , ,, w^ H^, - .- ,,, ,, NEED TYPING DONE?? Contact CAVER'S TYPING AND DUPLICATING SERVICE! We'll take care of all -r'--.".4 ^ ,,t-, c-. T4 - 'TTDI TTCT f ATTENTION! IF YOU ARE BE1TUfEEN THE AGES OF 17-25, YOU ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 7 October 1967

The Community Bulletin Saturday, October 7, 1967 EDI TO RIAL MILLIONS $,$? SPENT IN tABILE- ON POVERTY FOiL THE FEDEIUAL GOVERNIIENT How does it effect our conmmnity? P. 5 The Federal Government Igiven a job as a beautician' is going through a change has sent millions of doll- 1healpr. Does this make sense t this moment. It does ars into Abilene to help Several ladies have been refer to all other govt. the poor of all races. In trained as secretaries, but programs that are designed fact, race has nothing to since the job placement of to holD all of the POOR. do with how rmuch money Ab- this federal program seemed- ----. - ilene receives. The lead- to be prejudiced, they were POVERTY EIECTIONS FOR ALL ers of Abilene, however, not placed. One has gone CITIZENS OF TYLIOR COUNTY have made this a race issus4back to being a maid! fn trns ti nE ni n P f - Mro_ Mr To 4 _ ..4_1 _r, 4* I _ van" lv': 'uuv 1 U1 1"~ V.. ~. aL.in .i. w.C. o'r U opin.n OCTOBER 12, 1967 at the groes who are adminis...

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